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Maxomorra Unicorn Playsuit | GOTS Organic Cotton | Front | BeoVERDE Ireland

Unicorn | Playsuit | GOTS Organic Cotton

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Maxomorra
Regular price
220,00 kr
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220,00 kr
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The Maxomorra Unicorn Playsuit in soft organic cotton jersey for babies and toddlers has a gorgeous bold unicorn print and contrasting trim, ribbed ankle cuffs and a narrow neck binding. The playsuit has rounded shoulder straps with sew-through button and buttonhole closure and features a crotch gusset for added comfort. Plus, the playsuit has an inseam opening with snap button poppers that make getting dressed or nappy changing easy.
Ethically made with GOTS organic cotton under fair trade conditions, Maxomorra children's clothes are colourful, fun and kind. Kind to the planet, the environment, and all the wonderful people that are involved in making Maxomorra clothes.
Material: Knitted Jersey fabric in 95% GOTS-certified organic cotton and 5% elastane (210 gsm)
►Sustainably & Ethically Made: Maxomorra clothing is GOTS certified since 2012 along the entire production chain. GOTS is short for Global Organic Textile Standard and is essentially the gold star when it comes to being a sustainable fashion brand. It’s the internationally recognised and leading independent textile processing standard when it comes to organic fibres. All sides of sustainability are taken into account for the entire textile supply chain considering the highest ecological and social standards.
►The Maxomorra Story
Maxomorra starting their journey in Almhult (Sweden) in 2008, when founder Johan’s little son Max turned two. At that time, children’s clothing wasn’t part of a colourful and fun world yet as we know it today. Instead, the two parents were disappointed about the choice of clothing they could dress little Max in. They were desperately looking everywhere for a flash of bright colours and a sign of fun prints. Clothing that wouldn’t be harmful to their little son’s skin nor the environment but also clothing, that wouldn’t break their bank. But all their efforts were in vain. And so, the idea of Maxomorra was born.